Product Name: CB Affiliate Sales
Product Owner: Jean
Advertised Price: $23
What Is It?
CB Affiliate Sales is a 5 page PDF that shows you some websites where you can advertise Clickbank products for free.
This extremely short PDF is pretty much useless. It’s very short, and provides no real training whatsoever.
Before You Buy
I really have little to say about this product because it contains so little content. The gist of what you learn is this:
- Purchase a domain name
- Find products to promote
- Place your affiliate links on free ad sites
That’s literally it. I mean, it’s five pages. One page is introduction, one page is conclusion, so you really only have 3 pages of “meat”. If you already know how to buy a domain and find products on Clickbank, then there is only 1 page of useful information.
Here’s how to find a good domain. You can use PrettyLink as a free redirecting service, or redirect your domain using the resources available form your registrar. Below is a video on how to find a good Clickbank product.
What I Liked
Despite the brazen lack of content in CB Affiliate sales, there were two good things about this guide.
1) She reveals the products she promotes to make money, and the ads she uses to promote them. However, there are only two products, and two ads shown.
2) She gives us her personal recommendations of where to place ads. If you desperately want to know where you places ads, you can buy the product. I guess twenty bucks for that info isn’t that bad of a price.
What I Didn’t Like
Besides the ridiculous price of $23 for a PDF that was cooked up in about two hours, I have a few specific complaints related to the actual content in CB Affiliate Sales.
Promotes A Scam
One of the products she promotes is Autopilot Profits. This is a really crappy product from Ewen China. That link goes to my full review of this product.
Shady Marketing Tactics And Spam
One thing I really hate about the “make money” industry is when people start preying on folks that need jobs. She recommends going to Craigslist and posting ads as someone that provides “financial services”.
That’s a flat out lie. You are not providing financial services. You are selling an affiliate product.
Similarly, she recommends placing ads as an “employer”. Another big fat lie. You are not an employer, you are a salesman, selling a product. You are not giving people a job.
Some people are down to their last $100 in the bank and desperately need help. These folks are the ones that are most susceptible to deceptive advertising like “Make $2,654 in 24 hours”.
Lack of content and promoting bad marketing tactics, I cannot recommend this product to anyone.